The Evolution of the Universe

  title={The Evolution of the Universe},
  author={A. M. Cel{\^a}l Şeng{\"o}r},
  pages={17 - 24}
The universe, of which our domicile the planet Earth forms but a minuscule part, has an architecture that changes and has been changing in time. In other words, it has a history of evolution. Lack of experimental evidence denies us the knowledge of what the universe was like &dquo;at the time of its origin,&dquo; as discussed by Hubert Reeves in the preceding chapter. Neither do we know much about its geometry, simply because our observatories are 

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